Suisun Valley Passport Sunday


Save the date! Suisun Valley is bringing back its signature event, Passport Sunday, on Aug. 8 and tickets go on sale this Tuesday, June 15.

Just in time for the upcoming harvest season, the 2021 Passport Sunday celebration will be from 11 am to 4 pm Aug. 8. Hosted by the Suisun Valley Vintners and Growers Association, eight venues with 12 different wineries will be participating, offering the best of their wine and specialty products to visitors.

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They are $50 each and include a signature wine glass, featuring our new logo, along with a tasting pass to enjoy wine at all participating venues. Designated drivers are free.

Passport Sunday is returning to Suisun Valley following a one-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This event, the largest fundraiser of the year for the Suisun Valley Vintners and Growers Association, is traditionally in April. The association was already planning the 2020 celebration when it was cancelled because of the pandemic.

The safety of guests and the community remains a top priority for the wineries and farms. Recognizing the importance of social distancing, the association is limiting ticket sales to 600 people, a significant decline from 2019’s attendance of 1,000. None of the wineries will be serving food. Instead, guests can purchase items from food trucks that will be parked at various locations around the valley. Every venue will have hand sanitizing stations and will follow all Solano County’s COVID-19 safety protocols.

The following wineries/venues are expected to participate in the 2021 Passport Sunday:

•Wooden Valley Winery
•Jelly Belly Candy Company
•Tenbrink Winery and Tolenas Winery
•Suisun Creek Winery
•BackRoad Vines at Village 360
•Suisun Valley Wine Co-op (featuring King Andrews Vineyard, Sunset Cellars, and Blacksmith Cellars)
•Mangels Vineyards
•Suisun Valley Filling Station (featuring Caymus Winery and Plough Family)


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